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The Heritage of Afghanistan

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November 14, 2021

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The Heritage of Afghanistan

If you hear the language of the stars
Overnight you’ll hear the secrets of the world.
Silence of the night will sing [a] hundred songs
In your ears, the stories of the skies.

– Khalilullah Khalili –

The Heritage of Afghanistan

“Robert Abdul Hayy Darr, who since 1985, as director of the Afghan Cultural Assistance Foundation, has been helping Afghan refugees adapt to life in new homelands. He is also a long-time lover of Afghani-Persian culture who has translated several works of Persian poetry into English, and a follower of the Sufi tradition with a deep knowledge of the works of Ibn Arabi. In this conversation with Jane Clark and Richard Twinch, he gives us some rare insight into the underlying forces at play in Afghanistan.” { read more }

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For more inspiration, check out this selection of poetry from Afghanistan. { more }

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